UKI NETS 22nd Annual Conference 2024

UKI NETS 22nd Annual Conference 2024

Monday 02 December 2024

The UKI NETS 22nd Annual conference will be held in person at Mercure Cardiff Holland House Hotel. Our annual conference has a significant role in supporting our NET community and promotes collaborations, education and advancement of practice in the field of neuroendocrine neoplasms (NENs).

This year we will bring you a day of exciting content and the opportunity to hear from fellow clinicians, scientists, nurses and allied health care professionals involved in the care and treatment of patients with NENs.

This is the leading NET conference in the UK & Ireland; join us this winter to connect with colleagues and peers for an insightful programme full of presentations from NET experts.

New for 2024!

Tuesday 03 December 2024

Surgical Day: Invasive multidisciplinary management of GEP NETs: scopes, knives, needles and robots

Surgical management of NET patients remains exceedingly challenging although it continues to provide hope of cure and prolonged survival for some of our patients. Decision making on when to operate is dependent on specialist knowledge and shared expertise of multi-disciplinary NET teams. Surgery may not be appropriate and/or necessary even when there is possibility of a cure. Alternatively, surgery may be necessary to tackle particular issues even when possibility of cure does not exist. Another challenge we face is whether to offer resection of a primary when there are significant distal metastases. There has been substantial improvement in our ability to stage neuroendocrine tumours that is guiding decision making for surgery. Furthermore, clinical trials are being setup to help us improve outcomes with surgery. The 2024 symposium will highlight the challenges and possible solutions.

This meeting is for people making decisions on treatments for patients with NETs. This meeting is important for regional Cancer Alliances, Specialist Commissioners, and the HPB and Colorectal Expert Advisory Groups whose members are often responsible for the initial care of patients with NETs. The delegates will achieve a good understanding of the present role of surgery and the availability of surgical and associated expertise around the UK. The symposium will help develop a national strategy for surgery in patients with NETs.

Please note, if you wish to attend the surgical day, you will need to purchase a seperate ticket. For further information, please use the ‘Registration Page’

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Contact Us

For further information please contact the UKI NETS Office at:

Tel: 01454 642 277

Email: [email protected] 

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